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Notice the Cartier in the red triangle? Cartier means "one who transports goods". What exactly was transported (transferred) from Queen to "Vichai's" youngest?
On Sunday 15th June 2014, the Cartier Queen's Cup Final will mark Cartier's 30th year of polo sponsorship. As the longest standing polo sponsor in history, 'The King of Jewellers', is proud to celebrate and honour its longstanding relationship with polo, the 'King of Sports'.
How Public Schools Indoctrinate Kids Without Almost Anyone Noticing
Many people have long suspected that governments sometimes attempt to indoctrinate their people to increase the government’s own power and influence. Unfortunately, ambitious governments will not stop at merely controlling what their people can do; they must control their minds. Indoctrination happens through many channels—entertainment, speeches, and censorship––but its main instrument is the school system. Teachers have a captive audience of malleable young minds for several years. They may not have figured out how to make students smart and productive, but they can at least make them submissive and obedient.
While indoctrination involves pushing a certain opinion, it is also much more. It is the comprehensive effort of passively disseminating a particular viewpoint. The passive aspect is key. People who are indoctrinated with a certain narrative or ideology do not arrive at the intended conclusions through their own thinking, but hear the same thing repeated in a million different ways until they finally take it as unquestionable truth.
originally posted by: dashen
a reply to: MountainLaurel
Found this one online.
Thank you Baker
This open-air strip mall is probably the most popular strip-mall for the Jews of Miami-Dade. Hebrew can be heard everywhere, besides a smattering of English and Spanish.
This strip-mall has a surprising number of Glatt Kosher restaurants - Thai, Chinese, French, Steak, and Sushi among the dining choices - all so close by each other. Additionally, one of the best Kosher grocery store I've seen so far in Miami-Dade is right here as well - Sarah's Tent.
So, if you have a Jewish friend who wants all things Kosher, this is the place to be in Miami-Dade - of course, other than Miami Beach's 41st Street.